Elizabeth Plank, BA’10, is a rising star thanks to her ability to reach a generation that isn’t supposed to want to think about anything serious online.
Management professor Henry Mintzberg, BEng’61, is one of the driving forces behind McGill’s first GROOC — a massive open online course that’s designed to foster interaction and collaboration.
Tim Blais, BSc’11, MSc’14, and his unique blend of whimsy, science and musicianship have attracted the attention of more than 4.8 million online viewers. Can being a YouTube sensation pay the bills?
Research led by McGill’s Fabrice Jollant points to a potential connection between suicide vulnerability and high-risk decision-making in families.
Laura Regan, BA’99, has a plum role in the new TV series sequel to Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report. A McGill English course sparked her interest in acting.
As a lawyer, Peter Kirby, BCL’83, LLB’85, is one of Canada’s top international trade specialists. As a crime fiction writer, he specializes in examining some of Montreal’s darker corners.
Best-known for her celebrated books about the history of human relationships, Elizabeth Abbott, MA’66, PhD’71, turns to a new subject close to her heart – the shared world of dogs and humans
by Daniel McCabe, BA’89 McGill students Dori Yeats and Sarah Mehain have a goal in common. They’re both looking forward to acquiring some awfully rare pieces of jewelry in Rio de Janeiro next summer. The trouble is, there are a lot of other people interested in picking up those same items. Yeats and Mehain will [...]
After serving for 16 years as a model of cross-party cooperation in an age of bitter partisanship, former justice minister Irwin Cotler, BA’61, BCL’64, bids farewell to Parliament Hill.
McGill students Justin Fisch and Minh-Tâm Thompson have been travelling across Canada this summer, spreading the word about the country’s natural splendour as Parks Canada youth ambassadors.